Well, the rain hasn't been that heavy in most spots but it's been a damp Thursday for most. Here is the latest rainfall amounts up until 5pm Thursday afternoon, which shows northwest Oklahoma has been the winner for the heaviest rainfall.
Drizzle and rain showers will continue Thursday evening as strong thunderstorms will stay confined across southern Oklahoma into north Texas. So, expect to need the rain coat or umbrella Thursday evening, with temperatures into the 40s and 50s.
Overnight, rain chances start to diminish as most of the rain heads southeast into Texas. The clouds will remain thick with temperatures falling into the low 40s north to near 50s south with a slight chance of drizzle.
Spring officially arrives at 5:45pm tomorrow and it's definitely starting to feel and look that way outside.
However, it's coming with a price in the form of allergies. So looking at the latest allergy index, the tree pollen is very high and will likely continue to be for several more weeks.
Heading into the weekend, sunshine and high in the 70s with some more rain chances late Sunday into early next week.
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